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  2. 14 votes
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  4. 1 vote
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    DeployGuy commented  · 

    Instead of removing them add check boxes for each one and uncheck the box to "Hide" the unwanted ones, thus reducing clutter and the necessity of scrolling through. If this were possible then for example a default selection would be established and only one click would be needed, the click on the radio button to limit the OS's being targeted.

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  7. 67 votes
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    9 comments  ·  Ideas » Software Center  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    DeployGuy commented  · 

    Is there any other way to do a multiple install with one or more System restarts except using a Task Sequence, does the application model support this by using supersedence?

    DeployGuy commented  · 

    Using Task Sequences for Application Deployment is simpler than using the application model, simpler is faster and faster costs less. Plus many custom steps can be needed for application vendors who do not follow the msi rules or for special environmental considerations. Creating separate applications as individual steps in a complex multi-nested install is not the optimum paradigm. Why restrict such a powerful methodology, Instead allow it and let the customer choose which method is best for their environment.

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  12. 15 votes
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  16. 11 votes
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    9 comments  ·  Ideas » Admin Console  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    DeployGuy commented  · 

    User chooses no instead of yes on the console upgrade, then cannot connect to server. Reinstalling the Admin console does not help. Solution, remove the admin gui section in HKCU for that user. Run console, enter server name, Connection works. Just a tip

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